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Photos from the 2019 Kirksville Chamber of Commerce banquet. [Read More]
The Hope's Kitchen fundraising total is approaching $120,000 all-time after the community donated the third-highest amount in the drive's history in December. The final... [Read More]
Kirksville resident Carmen Stanton always thought her dog, Angus, was photogenic. One picture of Angus, a golden retriever and lab mix, Stanton posted to Facebook... [Read More]
Watershed boundary signage around Kirksville is now complete, according to a city press release.  The signs identify the watershed boundaries of Bear Creek, Steer... [Read More]
Kirksville City Council member Richard Detweiler held his office for more than a decade, but colleagues said he never ran out of energy for mentoring... [Read More]
The Kirksville boys basketball team dismantled hometown Macon to begin play at the Macon Tournament. [Read More]
"Leaving no doubt" has been the motto and attitude for the Milan boys basketball team this season. The Wildcats led Linn County 17-6 after... [Read More]
The Milan boys basketball team earned its third tournament title of the season after beating Linn County on Monday to win the Milan Tournament. [Read More]
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) invites deer hunters, property owners, and others to a special public meeting to get information and have questions answered... [Read More]
Despite unseasonably warm weather, the Heartland Task Force enjoyed a healthy turnout Thursday at its fall event, the Mother-Son Stampede. The 10th annual Stampede... [Read More]
Abbie Farmer and Olivia Coy each threw gems Saturday in the Atlanta Softball Tournament championship game Saturday, which La Plata won 2-0. [Read More]
Fans who hung around all day at the Atlanta Softball Tournament were rewarded with an excellent championship game between the Hornets and La Plata. ... [Read More]
Photos by Michael Bupp from the Sept. 21 Milan vs. Putnam County football game. [Read More]
Illinois Street reopened to traffic Wednesday after four months of construction and with major savings in construction costs.  City officials held a ceremony at... [Read More]
The MOSI (Northeast Missouri-Southern Iowa) Art Guild announced the winners of the fifth annual Truman University Pickler Memorial Library/MOSI Fall Art Exhibit. They are: first... [Read More]
Kirksville may soon get a new cellular communications tower, but city officials are hoping the change may actually improve the city skyline. The city... [Read More]
The historic round barn on Route P in Kirksville is ready for another day and night of music for Saturday's Round Barn Blues Festival. ... [Read More]
Kirksville tennis holds on for close win against Mexico on Wednesday. [Read More]
Some people might think it's not how you start, but how you finish. Those people might not realize a hot start sets up a great... [Read More]
The Kirksville volleyball team continued its unbeaten streak at home with sweep of Mexico. [Read More]